Standard Session Fees
For a standard family photoshoot, the session fee is $200. All standard photoshoots are fun and relaxed, your images are culled to the best of the best 30-40 shots, professionally retouched and displayed in a secure online gallery for you to view and choose your favourites. The session fee is payable at the time of booking in order secure your session date and time. The Standard Session Fee includes up to 6 people in the session. Additional people will be an extra $25 per person unless specifically negotiated.
Individual prints start at $65, collages start at $390 and digital collections start at $450. The complete digital collection includes a Photo Album from your session and all high resolution images provided in black & white and colour on USB. The complete digital collection is available for $1,900. There is a $450 minimum spend and GST is added on checkout for all purchases.
I realise Professional Photography can be a huge outlay on the family budget. However along with Payright I can offer you a plan to spread your payment over time. These plans can be tailored to suit your needs.
Shoots tend to book out quite quickly, especially weekend sessions. Find my booking calendar here
10 % of your booking fee will be donated to Seed. I have much to be grateful to this Great Australian Land for. Its stunning landscape is my photography studio. Its first people need the ancient connection to their land protected. Environment and its people are extremely important to me. So it is with great gratitude that I can help in a small way the Australian Indigenous youth fight for their home.
“Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network. We are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Our vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy. Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing humanity, but we also know it is an opportunity to create a more just and sustainable world.”